Hate is a pretty strong word

by Laura Ehrenberg-Chesler on June 13, 2011

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This morning CNBC took a poll of who is the most flagyl “hated” athlete. They did this in an attempt to gauge how unhappy people lexapro dosage are with the performance lexapro of Lebron James in the NBA finals. The word hate was also used frequently when George Bush was President of the United States, by those who disagreed strongly with his politics, or disliked his personality and speaking style. Most of us have had no personal contact with Lebron James, or George Bush for that matter. http://cialis24hour-pharmacy.com/cialis-generic.html And, while we may disagree with their performance in office or on the court, the use of the word hate to describe these feelings seems to reflect more about the person using the word, than it does about the person the “hate” is being directed toward.

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Jacque smith June 13, 2011 at 3:42 pm

Totally agree!

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